Southern Construction Framework (SCF) has announced the launch of the fourth generation of its construction framework
SCF revealed its new construction framework will be launched on 29 April across the South East, South West, and London regions.
The current generation has delivered over £2.5bn of public construction projects, adding more than £110m of value for 75 public sector clients through its quality managed approach, whilst on average reducing costs by 1% in pre-construction.
The 11 contractors appointed across the three Lots will deliver up to £5.25bn in the four-year life of the framework.
The contractors appointed to the construction framework are:
Steve Clow, Assistant Director Property and Facilities, Hampshire County Council said: “We are delighted to announce the appointment of 11 contractors to the next generation of SCF. Our unique integrated team approach has helped to deliver significant benefits for Public Sector clients across the South of England.”
Justin Bennetts, Strategic Procurement Manager, Devon County Council, said: “We look forward to this generation of SCF continuing to deliver and improve upon the high expectations of our clients, and take a leading role in Shaping Public Construction.”
Andy Duff, Managing Director of Construction in the South and SCF framework director at Morgan Sindall Construction, added: “We’re delighted to have secured a place on the fourth Southern Construction Framework.
“The diverse range of SCF framework projects requires specialist experience and skills and this framework is designed to streamline the procurement process, delivering longstanding relationships, improved efficiency, quality and value for money.”